Processing Power

Since I'd already produced a Storage Capacity page, I began to wonder one day just how many CPU cores and threads I have in the house (and obviously knocked up some more PHP so that I didn't have to keep count any time that I changed things):

Main Computers
  Cores Threads RAM
The Server 4 4 32GiB
Desktop PC 4 8 32GiB
Kids PC 1 3 6 16GiB
Kids PC 2 4 4 8GiB
Mini-ITX PC 4 4 8GiB
Acer Aspire R3700 2 4 4GiB
Inspiron 14 5485 Laptop 4 8 8GiB
Sony Vaio Laptop 1 1 1GiB
Tiny Computers
  Cores Threads RAM
Chromecast 1 (1st gen) 1 1 512MiB
Chromecast 2 (1st gen) 1 1 512MiB
Fire TV Stick (1st gen) 2 2 1GiB
Raspberry Pis (only active ones listed)
  Cores Threads RAM
Car Media Server v2.0 4 4 1GiB
Cluster Pi Controller 4 4 1GiB
Cluster Pi Worker P1 1 1 512MiB
Cluster Pi Worker P2 1 1 512MiB
Cluster Pi Worker P3 1 1 512MiB
Cluster Pi Worker P4 1 1 512MiB
Desktop Pi 1 4 4 1GiB
Desktop Pi 2 4 4 1GiB
Kitchen Jukebox 1 1 512MiB
Picade 4 4 1GiB
Wee Red Masq 4 4 1GiB
Experimentarium 4 4 4GiB
Hand-helds
  Cores Threads RAM
Nexus 7 (2013) 4 4 2GiB
Asus ZenPad Z580C 8" 4 4 1GiB
Kindle Paper White (7th Generation) 1 1 256MiB
Kindle (7th Generation) 1 1 256MiB
Kindle (7th Generation) 1 1 256MiB
Lenovo Tab 7 Essential #1 4 4 1GiB
Lenovo Tab 7 Essential #2 4 4 1GiB
Phones
  Cores Threads RAM
Google Pixel 4a 8 8 6GiB
OnePlus Two 8 8 4GiB
Huawei P10 8 8 4GiB
HTC One 4 4 2GiB
HTC One Mini 2 2 1GiB
HTC Wildfire S 1 1 512MiB
LG L20 2 2 512MiB

So that's 115 CPU cores with a total of 128 threads, and over 147GiB of working memory (RAM)... just saying, that's all ;-)




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